For the past couple of weeks, I’ve been involved in mostly discussions of Shadow Inventory and Short Sales, and for good reasons. As of this morning we have 7,804 Single Family Residents that don’t have a contract of any type for sale in Maricopa County. For the record, this is about half of what is […]
Just returned from a quick trip to Disneyland, I took my very excited 5-year-old to the happiest place on earth and she was very excited and had a great time. While I was there, I made several observations:
Jay Thompson had already beat me to several Disneyland locations on Foursquare so I didn’t get very […]
Homeowner’s insurance covers the structure of your home and your personal property, as well as your personal legal responsibility (or liability) for injuries to others or their property while they’re on your property. It is important to note that a standard homeowner’s insurance policy does not typically include earthquake damage or flood insurance.
While in […]
Marty Boardman wrote an interesting piece on how FHA buyers in Phoenix are like 2nd Class Citizens. Just yesterday I met a client for a showing and bumped into 10 other agents doing the same thing, and noted there were no less than 40 there before me (from the business card stack on the table). […]
With the Phoenix real estate market getting hot now with demand outpacing the supply currently out there, I’m getting more calls from sellers giving some thought to selling their home. There is a lot out there on how to prepare your home for sale, but you probably don’t know what agents do to prepare to […]